Sterling and Wilson Wins order from Sindicatum Renewable Energy For Setting up a Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant in Clark
Sindicatum Renewable Energy, the leading Singapore-headquartered Asian clean energy developer, has awarded globally leading Solar EPC, Sterling and Wilson, a contract to set up a new Solar Photovoltaic power plant in the Clark region of the Philippines. The solar photovoltaic power plant will be installed in Clark Freeport Zone, and possess a solar power generation capacity of 23 MW. With this order, Sterling & Wilson has scaled a new peak as a trusted Global Solar EPC Company.
Sterling and Wilson’s growing brand value as a technically competent, quality conscious, and cost effective solar solutions provider has been cemented with this order. Sterling and Wilson’s order book now stands at 101 MW in Philippines alone. The new project in Clark will be constructed under the Department of Energy (DOE) Philippines Solar Power Procurement Program under the Feed-in-Tariff mechanism. The output power will be evacuated to the nearest NGCP substation.
No terrains are too tough for Sterling & Wilson when it comes to setting up efficient solar power plants. Technologically advanced services and comprehensive know how of thin film, mono crystalline, and polycrystalline modules; along with different foundation of ramming and rafting type leads the organization to provide best solutions to its customers internationally. Sterling and Wilson will design the plant structure to withstand adverse soil conditions and high wind speeds. Sterling & Wilson will hand over the fully functional solar power plant to its owners by February 2016.
Clark Freeport zone is a former United States Air Force Base in Philippines that has now been redeveloped into an advanced economic center for Business, Industry, Aviation, Education, and Tourism in Philippines.
Speaking on the order received for setting up a solar power plant, Mr. Bikesh Ogra, President, Sterling and Wilson, Electrical & Solar Business said, “Our hard work and persistence in being ever present and relevant in the International Solar market has started reaping good results. The fact that we have been awarded the contract for setting up a solar power plant in Clark Freeport Zone bears testimony to our superior engineering capabilities, experience, and expertise in setting up solar power plants internationally. We are confident of providing a technically superior and robust solar power plant that will stand the test of time.”